Bridgewell provides a variety of residential services to support people with developmental and physical disabilities as well as those who are dually diagnosed with psychiatric disabilities. Bridgewell takes a person-centered approach in its delivery of services. Our core purpose is supporting people to lead and direct their own lives. We are dedicated to ensuring that homes create the conditions for developing, sustaining and strengthening relationships among housemates, in the community and with family and friends.
Specialty services are also available for people with probable Alzheimer’s disease, those who are hearing impaired, extensive medical health challenges or significant behavioral challenges.
Bridgewell’s Community Housing services include permanent staff-supported 24/7 housing, supported living, and respite housing for emergency and planned stays. All services are provided based on personal choice, preference and need emphasizing a holistic approach to service delivery.
Since 2013, Bridgewell has opened several residences for young adults with autism. Our comfortable, single-family homes offer supportive environments where individuals can build productive, independent adult lives in the community. To date, Bridgewell has opened several homes for adults with autism including a hybrid autism-medically intensive residence.
Bridgewell provide housing and assistance for people with developmental disabilities, including those with an Autism Spectrum Disorder, who are able to live with varying levels of independence. People live on their own or with a roommate, primarily in subsidized housing units. Bridgewell staff assists with health care coordination, medication management, nutrition, household chores, financial management, community recreation, social participation and other life skills training and support. Each person’s support level is based on personal need and preference.